Conscious And Unconscious
All forms of psychotherapy deal with the limitations of our awareness. This book offers a comprehensive overview of the ways in which these discourses employ a rich variety of concepts to address the limits of our everyday consciousness.
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Chapter 01 Constructing and deconstructing
Chapter 02 Conscious and unconscious in
Harry Stack Sullivan Fritz Perls and Medard Boss
Chapter 05 Evolving psychoanalytic discourses of the unconscious
Chapter 06 Cognitive therapy cognitive science and
evolving discourses of the transpersonal unconscious
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activity Adler Ansbacher aspects associated automatic awareness become behaviour Boss C. G. lung called Chapter clients Cognitive Therapy collective unconscious Complete Psychological complex concept conﬂict conscious and unconscious cultural described difﬁculties discourse dissociation dissociative identity disorder dream dynamic unconscious Ellenberger 1970 emerge emotional everyday example experience expressed feelings ﬁeld ﬁgure ﬁnd ﬁnding ﬁrst ﬁxed formulation Grof hidden human hypnosis ideas identiﬁed images implicit learning individuals inﬂuence insight integrated interaction interpersonal Jung Jung’s kind language London material means memories mental metaphor mind mode nature object relations theory observed one’s Perls personality perspective phenomena psyche psychic psychoanalytic psychotherapy recognized referred reﬂection Relational Psychoanalysis relations relationship repressed schemas scious selective inattention shamanic Sigmund Freud signiﬁcant speciﬁc spiritual split Standard Edition Stolorow and Atwood strategic processes structures Sullivan tacit knowledge theorists theory therapist thought Transpersonal Psychology unconscious communication unconscious mind unconscious processes underlying Virago 2001 edn Wilber